◊ Root Note: B♯
◊ Major Third: Dx (double-sharp)
◊ Augmented Fifth: F♯x*
* ♯x indicates a “triple-sharp,” which raises a note by three half-steps. An F♯x is enharmonically equal to a G♯ on the keyboard.
An augmented chord (abbreviated aug or +) is “dissonant,” meaning its harmony lacks a tonal focal point. The intervals in an augmented triad are both four half steps, which makes the chord too balanced and causes the ear to crave a note or chord that can resolve it:
About Augmented Chords
B#aug is enharmonic with Caug.
♫ More Bass Chords:
B#maj ▪ B#ma7 ▪ B#ma9 | B#min ▪ B#m7 ▪ B#m9 | B#dim ▪ B#°7 | B#aug ▪ B#+7 | B#sus2 ▪ B#sus4
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